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sure as a sherpa

<< Jun 26, 2005 @ 15:08 >>

On the way back from Legends, Mike and I are lagging behind Ian and Melissa when these two lost drunk guys cross paths with us. They are going the wrong way towards an address to which Mike and I happen to know correct directions, so we convince them to follow us. They call their friends at their destination to let them know that everything is fine and that they've gotten themselves a couple of sherpas to guide them through the trecherous terrain. Their words. This place ends up being on the corner one block down our streets from our house. When we get there, and their friends who are sitting outside see us, one of the guys from the house gets up and starts prancing shirtless in the street. Then, he drops trou and is prancing around buck ass naked. Everybody is trying not to laugh in order to not encourage him. Anyway, we went inside because they wanted us to have a shot of brandy for bringing their friends home safely. Surely any sherpa would like brandy. They had this crazy, giant projection TV set up. It was one of those old 3-lense RGB projectors, but rather than being a ceiling mount, it was on the floor projecting into a mirror which in turn reflected the image up onto a large parabolic screen. All these parts were interconnected as part of the giant black box. Crazy setup. Anyway, as we were in the kitchen with the brandy – brandy they insisted to call by its brand name, which despite their efforts I have already forgotten – Mike noticed the name "Ian" on a sheet of paper on the fridge indicating who owed what for rent. We tried to locate this Ian who lived in this house, but he was out of the state. The funny thing is, my roommate Ian's girlfriend Melissa dated this other Ian who lives just down the street from us, and Mike and I had, in a bizarre set of events, found ourselves standing in this other Ian's house drinking Brandy with his roommates. We hurried home to confirm this all with Melissa, and she even remembered the projection TV.

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June 26, 2005 @ 18:07:04

marilyn.pngsith33 (#999)

Worst. Blog. Ever.

June 26, 2005 @ 18:10:55

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June 27, 2005 @ 22:03:42

cmonster.pngChristy (monster)

Hahahahaha! Sherpas!! That's awesome. I used to be friends with a girl who was a little trailer-trashy and they had one of those TVs. They used to have parties for football games.

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